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Pure entertainment awaits down the rabbit hole at Maranatha Christian School’s first escape room challenge.
It was a great move to bring Cameo Truss Ltd. to the R.C. Cotton site in Williams Lake, says owner Richard Crowell.
In two weeks the 55 plus B.C. Games will take place in Coquitlam, and Pat Harton is one of the Williams Lake athletes.
Clinging to a wilderness rock cliff with fingers, toes, knees and elbows, and body-stretched to capacity is the best day ever.
Compassionate Care Funerals in Williams Lake has even more to offer the community now.
Local golfers Floris and Doug Martineau won silver medals in their golf categories at the Canada 55+ Games in Brampton, Ont.
Performances in the Park concert series wouldn’t be what it is without Paul Maas working quietly behind the scenes.
The Youth for Christ soccer camp at Columneetza welcomed 140 kids last week, according to Youth for Christ executive director Corwin Smid.
The RCMP charity golf tournament on Wednesday saw approximately 130 people tee off to help the local detachment raise funds for Kidsport.
More than 300 people attended the Cariboo Chilcotin Métis Association Jamboree this past weekend in McLeese Lake.
Jake Ilnicki says that he’s very excited to have signed with the Manawatu Turbos in New Zealand.
There will be some great ball field action next weekend with preliminary games all week toward the Williams Lake Slo-Pitch tournament.
Franco Vigliotta’s Ziggy and the Stardust tribute to David Bowie free concert comes to the Red Crow café in Lac La Hache.
Tiller’s Folly lead songwriter and singer Bruce Coughlan said that it was a pleasure to celebrate the museum's 25th anniversary.
Toe-tapping, heart-warming, top notch entertainment is lined up for the 19th annual Cariboo Chilcotin Métis Association Jambore.
A true community store is celebrating its grand opening on Saturday, Aug. 6.
What started out as a couple of families getting together and playing some music turned into a community event at Miocene on Sunday.
here’s no rush like the one you get behind the wheel of a race car, according to Andrew Walters.
Performances in the Park last Thursday featured popular local folk rock group Flannel Roots and Dirty Mountain from Victoria.
At the same time Felix and Jasmine Schellenberg’s Pasture to Plate venture is expanding to include a new restaurant opening in Vancouver.